Spider-Man: Homecoming VR Lets You Do Whatever a Spider Can

Footage from the highly anticipated Spider-Man video game debuted earlier this week at E3, but that was only the beginning.

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Sony Pictures Virtual Reality announced a new VR experience for Spider- Man: Homecoming that will enable users sling webs and battle the Vulture -- 0r, you know, pretend to while waving their arms around. The Spider-Man: Homecoming Virtual Reality Experience will be available on major VR platforms June 30, just a week ahead of the film's premiere.

Peter Parker himself, actor Tom Holland, provides a brief introduction to the game's trailer.


"Before you begin, a warning: The suit is not indestructible, so do be careful out there," Holland cautions. "And please, please, please bring it back clean, OK?"

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The actual game footage in is brief, but it gives an idea of what the Spider-Man POV play looks like (as well as the briefest glimpse of the Vulture). The style may make viewers nostalgic for the seminal Spider-Man 2 video game, in which they could roam the streets of New York as the friendly neighborhood web-slinger.

The Spider-Man: Homecoming Virtual Reality Experience will be available on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and more June 30. Director Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters July 7.

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